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Ba-aa        man-ko      Mt-kMm      le(/oflau)      po-man         phan         jak,

he                   say-word                    spoka                 (to-tto-J&fter      (h-)aorro«            great,

pi    m$     zaihi     nai   kaw-ko   mail     hit-boi-u;     phan     maft

&0fS
'what         year      tim»    past-tin®      now        I             (to-j&es   doiag-sewice-am;     order       (of.)tke

kaw-ko         kMnVni$-Iaii              baw            k-koi            Tolak        maii-ko

kau                                                      fiaw

1              word-oome-9peak(»e.word)                 act              di^obeyed-haTe.         Newrtlelesa              fchou

45. kaw        ml-Iau-kin        baw        Iiau         §n           pe-Bga-1         pii-nang-nai

^«2^                                       faw                                               lung

(to-)me                 ever                       mot             gavest         young                goat-oae,                   in-order-thRt

kaw-ko    pin        Ht-mun      Mt-Miini   doiS   ckam   kaw       kun-rik-tai,
Jcau                                                                                      kau        faw.

I         (may-) be      doiag-mprniBent   doing-playing    with     together     ray      persoa-rplataoa-playmate.

Tii-ba   khan-mi-cham   i-u   Ink   maU   m§4hung-cham   pan-ku    lak-

Bnt                as-«oon-aa              this     son   (of-}thee         oome-amTa                which           soa

•ko    rai-dai    mail   tang-Iai   kham        Idling                       ling                kin

thy           all-all           gold            large-property               *mallT^perty-«Bd-cattle      ate

klen    doiS

drank      frith

bang-shaft       maii-ko    man     hau-dai     phak»l     jau-o/    Ba-an    man-

lung

harlot-youag-women            thon       (to-) him     gave-posaeBS       feast-one       done-had.'       And             he

50. -ko      man     b$-jau,     *luk      hf,      maii-ko      kaw      doilt      kii-mu-ku-

(to-) him        say-did,         ' son              0,               tfeou                ma             with1

ban    ju-koi;      poi-an     kaw    tang-lai        khang               ling              kliau

km                        Jchrdng

day      lived-hastj            and         (of-)m«        all-all            great-property   amall-propertyand-oattle    thpm

matl-ko   dai

thou      possessed

cham   koi,   Man      han-dai       di    jau    pu-nang-nai    raw-ko       Mt-mto

few

also       hast,      It         aee-get (appears)    good     tery                 that                    we                do-merriment

hit-khan    u      chaii      koi,   ohu-chang-nai   I-ii     nang         maU      tai-jau,

do-playing      been     (in-) heart       have,            because            this    younger-brothar     (of.Htw      die-did,
poi         dip-di-koi;           ba-an        rai-dai-jan,        poi-an      nai      dai-jau.1
dip
amin      alive-well-ha8-(beconie) ;              and             lowpoesesa-was,              and            new